Central banks

Debit card fraud losses rise 13.1% in two years in the US, report shows

Central Banking | 19 Sep 2014

Fraud losses associated with debit card transactions in the US rose to $1.57 billion in 2013, according to a Fed report, but the amount lost per transaction was relatively stable

Topics: Federal Reserve, Debit cards, United States

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IMF paper: Colombia needs to lower collateral constraints to boost growth

Central Banking | 17 Sep 2014

Topics: Central Bank of Colombia, Colombia, IMF

Canada governor says ‘manipulating markets not in our game plan'

Central Banking | 17 Sep 2014

Topics: Stephen Poloz, Bank of Canada, Canada, Canadian dollar, Exchange rate

Shift towards 'commercial' and 'political' central bank communication set to continue

Central Banking | 16 Sep 2014

Topics: European Central Bank, communication

China could learn from Australia's financial reform, RBA paper finds

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Topics: Australia, Reserve Bank of Australia

ECB comprehensive assessment could stem ‘secular stagnation' in eurozone, bank staffers argue

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Topics: Eurozone, ECB, Single supervisory mechanism

Argentinian authorities tighten access to US dollars

Central Banking | 12 Sep 2014

Topics: Banco Central de la Republica Argentina, Argentina

Zeti: Proportionate regulation necessary to ‘advance’ financial inclusion

Central Banking | 11 Sep 2014

Topics: Bank Negara Malaysia, Zeti Akhtar Aziz, Financial inclusion

Hélène Rey receives first Carl Menger Prize from German-language central banks

Central Banking | 10 Sep 2014

Topics: Swiss National Bank, Bundesbank, National Bank of Austria

Dutch economists recommend using social media as confidence indicator

Central Banking | 10 Sep 2014

Topics: Netherlands, European Central Bank

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